A father and daughter were arrested Sunday night in Woodward after law enforcement officers allegedly discovered a marijuana growing room and a setup for making THC wax inside their residence.
Travis Timothy Jacobs, 40, of 509 W. Fourth St., Woodward, was arrested on two counts of controlled substance violation, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to affix drug stamp.
Taelor Teresa Neally, 21, of 509 W. Fourth St., Woodward, was arrested on two counts of controlled substance violation, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to affix drug stamp.
The incident began when Woodward Police Department Officer Joseph Cox attempted to investigate a minor vehicle collision outside the residence Sunday evening. A search warrant was executed about 8 p.m., and Cox and Dallas County Sheriff’s Deputies entered the residence and allegedly found the equipment.
According to court records, a search of the kitchen revealed “two glass jars containing marijuana buds, a glass jar containing individually packaged THC ‘wax,’ multiple glass marijuana smoking devices, two digital scales with residue, handwritten notes on the process to manufacture THC ‘wax,’ a pressure cooker and compressor and other drug paraphernalia items.”
Moving to an upstairs room, law enforcement officers located “a marijuana grow operation, consisting of a grow tent, exterior ventilation, an irrigation system, various chemicals and plastic container with marijuana seeds. A potted marijuana plant was found growing inside the grow tent. In the same room, officers located a large safe which had several glass jars containing marijuana buds with a combined weight of more than 42.5 grams.”
Jacobs and Nealley are held in the Dallas County Jail. Each is scheduled for an initial appearance Monday morning in Dallas County District Court.
*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.